Fries on FRY-DAY is a must😋🍟🌿 who else is celebrating the end of another week with potato fries?💫
My lunch today back home for the weekend was this plate of nourishing goodness: #oilfree Japanese sweet potato fries, spicy chickpea veg chilli (the recipe is from my Ebook!) + salad, all drizzled in tahini post-photo. I think I could eat this every single day of my life👌🏼👌🏼
I could eat fries all day long. And I would if they weren’t deep fried in gunk. So whenever I get a hankering for fries I make ‘em. Usually, I prefer to make my regular potato fries without oil but I think that a little oil adds a nice touch to sweet potato fries.
Chop 1 sweet potato into fries and toss with:
½ tbsp. coconut or olive oil
1 tsp. smoked paprika
½ tsp. garlic powder
¼ tsp. salt
¼ tsp. cumin
1/8 tsp. cayenne
Place seasoned sweet potato fries on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper and bake for 25-30 minutes at 450 degrees turning once halfway.
Happy sumo roll from Akashi Sushi Fusion in Kingwood, Tx. Inside is shrimp tempura, snow crab and cream cheese. The whole roll is deep fried and topped with eel sauce, spicy mayo, and thinly cut deep fried sweet potato. $12.25. Huge roll. I had trouble finishing it.
CHIPS'N DIPS🍃😋🍃 you can’t ever go wrong with oil-free spicy sweet potato + potato fries, especially when paired with pea guac + fresh greens👌🏼👌🏼
Is it just me, or does everything taste extra goood when you can eat it with your hands?🙈
“That’s kind of what we do here,” Sam Wilson said, not looking up from his tallies. “And we’ve got a few options, so if it’s not crossed out on the board, I might be able to scrape it together for you.” He glanced up, just to make sure he wasn’t forgetting anything. “Except the truffle fries, the last of those just walked out the door, as they say, so…”
It was late and he was tired and he was close enough to sold out that he just wanted to take off for the night. Steve had locked up half an hour ago, heading out to distribute his meager leftovers to the homeless that waited patiently for anything he might have to offer. Sam joined him most nights, but he’d been in the middle of a rush when Steve had shut down, and barely had time to wave as Steve passed by.
He was tired and his feet hurt and he had a nasty burn on the side of his right wrist. Still, he put on his best customer service smile. “What can I get for you?”
He turned to the window. Tony Stark was leaning there, a contraption of white PVP pipe thrown over his shoulders. His eyes went from one side to the other, and he leaned in. “Potato me.”
Traditional aioli contains egg, so I just left it out of this recipe. Though the consistency isn’t as thick as a traditional aioli it is still full of flavor and pairs nicely with the spicy potatoes. (Recipe for potatoes are in a previous post.)
To make the aioli I simply mash 2 garlic cloves into a paste then add 2 tsp lemon juice, 1 tsp dijon, and instead of olive oil I added 2 tbsp of Follow Your Heart’s veganaise. It’s a winner!!
hey buddy could you do a toast/sandwitch roundup? no burgers or big stuff, sorta the kind of thing for a snack!
I’m not exactly sure what you’re looking for so I’m just going to go ahead and give you recipes to all of the sandwich/wrap/burger recipes I’ve posted before because then it’ll be helpful for others in the future. Let me know if there’s something in particular you’d like posted. Enjoy!
Cakeor Ice cream? Sweetor Spicy? Potato Chips or French Fries? Seasoned or Bland? Cookies or Brownies? Salador Pizza? Turkey or Chicken? Hamburger or Cheeseburger? Sour or Bitter? Home-cooked or Takeout? Hot or Cold? Beef or Pork? Chocolate or White Chocolate? Fruitor Vegetables? Softor Hard Shell Tacos? Teaor Coffee? Stuffing or Mashed Potatoes? Cakeor Pie? Fresh Ingredients or From The Can?
Starting the year with a delicious healthy meal. Baked sweet potato cubes, fried sesame tofu and an avocado. :)
Spicy sweet potato cubes = sweet potato + garlic powder + paprika + cayenne pepper + turmeric + black pepper + oregano + salt + olive oil. Baked for 40 mins at 220C.
Fried sesame tofu = tofu strips pan fried with garlic, ginger, liquid aminos (or soy sauce), rice wine vinegar, black pepper, olive oil, sesame oil and sesame seeds.
Cut the tofu. Heat up some olive oil (or your choice of oil) in a non stick frying pan on medium/low heat and add them to the pan. Keep gently flipping them occasionally until their outer layer becomes slightly crispy. Add a bit more olive oil whenever necessary (if it becomes too dry/the tofu starts sticking). Add garlic and ginger powder, liquid aminos, rice vinegar and black pepper (to taste). Carry on frying for a couple of minutes and then add the sesame seeds (again, to taste). Serve and add a drizzle of sesame oil.
Bio: Akira is a traveling merchant from Japan. He’s very vocal about how much he dislikes the town and how boring it is. When you open up your farm, he tells you that it’s pointless and not to even bother. You decide to press on, though, and he offers to sell you seeds and materials. If you romance him, you can get him to move into the inn and then, if you marry him, he’ll live with you. He really enjoys learning about other cultures, especially their foods.
Cake or Ice cream? Sweet or Spicy? Potato Chips orFrench Fries? Seasoned or Bland? Cookiesor Brownies? Salad or Pizza? Turkey or Chicken? Hamburger or Cheeseburger? Sour or Bitter? Home-cooked or Takeout? Hot or Cold? Beef or Pork? Chocolate or White Chocolate? FruitorVegetables? Soft or Hard Shell Tacos? Tea or Coffee? Stuffing or Mashed Potatoes? Cake or Pie? Fresh Ingredients or From The Can?
Breakfast: Chia overnight oats and blueberry pudding! Amazing!
Lunch: The best falafel, houmus, spinach, rocket and tomato wholewheat wraps.
Snacks: Green smoothie made with spinach, frozen banana, ginger and cucumber. I also had a vegan soy blueberry yoghurt.
Dinner: Spicy bean burger, baked sweet potato fries, tomato and houmus and some spicy green lentils and beans! Green lentils are super healthy too and taste amazing cooked with beans and spices like cumin and paprika.